This amazing travel trailer was built by the man posing by it, Albert R. Beglar, in his back yard using surplus airplane wings, a screw driver, staple gun, crescent wrench and Elmer’s glue (pretty much the same way cheap RVs are built).
It took Albert and wife, Betty, six years, working 6 hours a day, to complete it.
“At first, I was just going to build a 15-foot travel trailer,” said Beglar, who owns a model railroad shop in Wichita Falls, Texas. “But I got carried away and the project took on a life of its own.” He said he needed to weld together 18 bus chassis to support the recreational vehicle.
The supersized RV includes 80 bedrooms, 25 bathrooms, a small swimming pool, gourmet kitchen, beauty salon, Subway shop, and a ballroom on a floor atop special air-cushions so it can be used while the large RV is moving. The stage will accommodate a 20-piece orchestra.
Okay, everything you read above is a lie. We have no idea who this guy is, and we’d bet big money that this photo is the creation of a pretty darn good Photoshop artist.
We could have continued the beginning of this story without saying anything about it being totally made up. If we did, a whole buncha people would have posted it on their Facebook pages, and then it would be shared, and it would go viral, and we’d make $25,000 from advertisers from all the views we’d get.
That’s the way the Internet works these days. Good thing we’re honest here at RVtravel.com so you won’t get all excited and pass this along to your friends, then be embarrassed when you all learn from Snopes that this is what’s commonly referred to as “fake news.”